Numbers in Dhao

Information about counting in Dhao, a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in Ndao Island in the Lesser Sunda Islands in Indonesia.

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Numeral Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
1 èci ka-èci
2 dua ka-dua
3 tèlu ka-tèlu
4 èpa ka-èpa
5 lèmi ka-lèmi
6 èna ka-èna
7 pidhu ka-pidhu
8 aru ka-aru
9 ceo ka-ceo
10 canguru ka-canguru
11 canguru èci
12 canguru dua
13 canguru tèlu
14 canguru èpa
15 canguru lèmi
16 canguru èna
17 canguru pidhu
18 canguru aru
19 canguru ceo
20 dua nguru
21 dua nguru èci
22 dua nguru dua
23 dua nguru tèlu
24 dua nguru èpa
25 dua nguru lèmi
26 dua nguru èna
27 dua nguru pidhu
28 dua nguru aru
29 dua nguru ceo
30 tèlu nguru
40 èpa nguru
50 lèmi nguru
60 èna nguru
70 pidhu nguru
80 aru nguru
90 ceo nguru
100 cangasu
101 cangasu èci
200 dua ngasu
300 tèlu ngasu
400 èpa ngasu
500 lèmi ngasu
600 èna ngasu
700 pidhu ngasu
800 aru ngasu
900 ceo ngasu
1,000 cariho
10,000 canguru riho
100,000 cangasu riho
1,000,000 cajuta
once catèka
twice dua hari
three times tèlu hari
1/2 camalore

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

Source: Jermy Imanuel Balukh. A Grammar of Dhao: An Endangered Austronesian Language in Eastern Indonesia, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2020.

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